We envision a world where justice, compassion, and the principles of liberation permeate every aspect of society and the church; and where celebrating the diversity of identities and cultural traditions fosters unity, understanding and cooperation, and promotes the pursuit of peace for all. We envision a global movement of Christian students who are empowered by faith and radical love to take on the task of challenging systemic injustices, upholding the voices of marginalised communities, and building bridges of solidarity and equity across borders.


We empower Christian students to promote justice and peace in the world, speak truth to power, proclaim a theology of inclusion and liberation, and stand in solidarity with marginalised communities. We initiate and engage in transformative actions, promote liberating education, and encourage cooperation among students of diverse identities and cultural background through interconnection, dialogue and cultivation of shared values. We strive to help build a global coalition of student movements that advocates and works towards a just and equitable society.

Webinar to commemorate International Women's Day

Leading with Inclusion IWD webinar

The World Student Christian Federation, in collaboration with the Student Christian Movement of Indonesia (GMKI), hosted a landmark webinar to commemorate International Women's Day, underlining the theme “Leading with Inclusion: Empowering Women Leaders at the Forefront.”

The objective of this global dialogue was to discuss the barriers women face in leadership and strategies to overcome them, particularly within patriarchal societies. It emphasized the critical need for supportive networks to foster gender inclusivity. The event was attended by more than 70 participants from over 5 countries.

Financial Management Capacity Building Workshop

A Capacity Building Workshop on Financial Management was held on September 14 as part of the broader capacity-building initiatives within the WSCF's political and executive bodies. The training was guided by Triayu Kodrat, Finance Officer of Kerk in Actie, a partner of the WSCF, Jean-Luc De La Soujeole, outgoing Finance Officer of the WSCF, and Marcelo Leites, WSCF General Secretary.

Webinar: Witness from Palestine

The World Student Christian Federation (WSCF), the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC), and Kairos Palestine hosted a webinar on December 5, 2023, titled “Witness from Palestine: Reclaiming Humanity Amidst Double Standards and Dehumanization.”

Affirming WSCF Legacy

On December 13, we embarked on an inspiring and celebratory journey as we hosted the Senior Friend Virtual Christmas Event. This gathering highlighted the historical identity of WSCF, affirming the legacy of ecumenical leadership in today's pursuit of justice. The three focal points of the event were legacy, impact, and relevance.

Legacy: During the event, Salters Sterling from Ireland, Betsy Anderson from Canada, and Prof. Bungaran from Indonesia, all esteemed Senior Friends of the WSCF, shared captivating stories and anecdotes that delved into WSCF's identity and the legacy of ecumenical leadership.

WSCF Christmas Virtual Event 2023

Affirming WSCF legacy into today’s pathways of Justice

Invitation: WSCF Christmas Virtual Event

Dear WSCF Senior Friends,

Warm greetings from WSCF!

We are thrilled to invite our Senior Friends and WSCF supporters to join the WSCF Christmas Virtual Event “Affirming WSCF legacy into today’s pathways of Justice,” to be held on December 13th, 2023, at 13 GMT.

The recent WSCF 37th General Assembly (GA) reminded us of the profound impact we can collectively make on the world. In this spirit, the WSCF Christmas Virtual Event has the purpose on one hand to officially introducing and launching among our senior community the new programmatic areas approved for the next quadrennium - Climate and Economic Justice; Youth, Peace, and Security - Peacebuilding; Democracy, Human Rights, and Fundamentalisms; Identity, Diversity, Dialogue, and Gender Justice; and Youth Ecumenical Leadership - Together with the strategies that will be implemented cutting across our programs; Biblical Theological Reflection; Youth Mobilization and Participation; Advocacy and Solidarity; Capacity Building and Strengthening of Movements.

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